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Oops... Popular Password Managers Are Not As Secure As You Think

Oops... Popular Password Managers Are Not As Secure As You Think

July 14, 2014Swati Khandelwal
Just few days ago, we reported about two critical vulnerability in mobile version of the most popular password manager application from a popular Password management company RoboForm , which manages your passwords for different websites. Now, researchers have published a detailed explanation on the security vulnerabilities discovered in five different and popular password managers , including RoboForm, that could allow cybercriminals to grab your credentials. The serious security holes were found and reported by the University of California Berkeley researchers named: Zhiwei Li, Warren He, Devdatta Akhawe and Dawn Song . The critical vulnerabilities were discovered in the popular password managers that includes RoboForm, LastPass, My1Login, PasswordBox and NeedMyPassword . " Our attacks are severe: in four out of the five password managers we studied, an attacker can learn a user's credentials for arbitrary websites, " Researchers wrote in the paper (PDF) tit
Critical Vulnerability and Privacy LoopHole Found in RoboForm Password Manager

Critical Vulnerability and Privacy LoopHole Found in RoboForm Password Manager

July 05, 2014Mohit Kumar
Unless you are a human supercomputer, remembering password is not so easy, and that too if you have a different password for each site. But luckily to make the whole process very easy, there is a growing market out there for password managers and lockers with extra layers of security. But, if you are using the mobile version of most popular password manager from Password management company RoboForm to manage your passwords then you might be at a risk, claimed a UK based Security researcher. I am personally using RoboForm from last few months, which is a great password manager application developed by Siber Systems Inc. for various platforms that stores your sensitive data all in one place, protected at RoboForm account and encrypted by a secret master password. RoboForm user be able to then quickly access those passwords and notes anytime, anywhere. But a IT security consultant and tech enthusiast Paul Moore discovered one critical vulnerability in its app and one Pri
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